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CS 2315: Computer Ethics: Getting started

This course guide was created for Dr. Vicki Almstrum's CS 2315 Computer Ethics course

Background reading

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As you do your background reading make a checklist of things you need to focus on, things you need to look up, because you don't know much about them, and also key words to add to your strategy.

When everything has been checked off, you're probably ready to start putting ideas together into words.

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